Alex Scott

Programme Leader

Alex Scott is E3G’s Climate Diplomacy and Geopolitics Programme Leader. Her work focusses on devising strategies to foster greater global cooperation on climate action and mobilising governments and NGOs to deliver them.

Alex Scott
E3G London Office
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Alex leads E3G teams to map the geopolitical landscape and coordinate diplomatic strategy across sectoral issues and between governments and NGO networks. Her areas of expertise include global governance, UNFCCC politics, and vertical policy integration.

Before joining E3G Alex spent 10 years delivering climate and environment policy in local and national government, most recently leading the UK Government’s Brexit planning on international and EU climate policy. Outside government she developed a sustainable development law knowledge sharing platform with the Climate Law and Governance Initiative, launched fossil fuel divestment campaigning in Western Australia with 350.org, and helped lead Western Australia’s Amnesty International networks.

Alex holds a BA/BSc in Political and Environmental Sciences from the University of Western Australia and aMPhil in Environmental Policy from the University of Cambridge. 

Originally from Australia and missing the wilderness, Alex spends her non-work hours exploring the wild spaces and ‘watering holes of the UK and Europe. 

Alex leads E3G teams to map the geopolitical landscape and coordinate diplomatic strategy across sectoral issues and between governments and NGO networks. Her areas of expertise include global governance, UNFCCC politics, and vertical policy integration.

Before joining E3G Alex spent 10 years delivering climate and environment policy in local and national government, most recently leading the UK Government’s Brexit planning on international and EU climate policy. Outside government she developed a sustainable development law knowledge sharing platform with the Climate Law and Governance Initiative, launched fossil fuel divestment campaigning in Western Australia with 350.org, and helped lead Western Australia’s Amnesty International networks.

Alex holds a BA/BSc in Political and Environmental Sciences from the University of Western Australia and aMPhil in Environmental Policy from the University of Cambridge. 

Originally from Australia and missing the wilderness, Alex spends her non-work hours exploring the wild spaces and ‘watering holes of the UK and Europe. 

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